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Cardiff City Boss Mick McCarthy Urges His Players To "Stick With It" After Lacklustre Defeat To Coventry

By Tom Prosser  Mick McCarthy has urged his Cardiff City players to “stick at it” as the Bluebirds aim to put the memories of their lacklustre 1-0 defeat to Coventry behind them when they take on third place Bournemouth on Saturday. "We'll stick at it,” insisted McCarthy. “We had our chances near the end, we didn’t take them and we got beat.

Joel Piroe Can Be Our Go-To Guy For Goals Says Swansea City's Russell Martin . . . After 251 Minutes Of Blanks

Russell Martin insists Swansea City have a natural goalscorer in Joel Piroe and that goals will flow once the Dutchman adjusts to the Championship. Martin saw his Swans team fail to score for the second successive match on Wednesday night when they were held to a goalless draw at home to Millwall. The result means Swansea have yet to win at home in the league this season, have just one victory from their opening seven games, and have scored just four goals.

Welsh Gymnastic Star Brinn Bevan Wants To Take On World Again After Bagging British Title

Brinn Bevan marked his return to the competition floor in style as he was crowned British champion on parallel bars – and now wants to take on the world again. The 24-year-old, from South Essex Gymnastics Club, was competing at the 2021 Men’s British Championships in Cardiff.

Newport County's Michael Flynn Set To Rip Up His Team After Brutal Analysis Of "Diabolical" Display

Swansea City's Russell Martin Insists Promotion Is Not A Priority . . . But Next Season Will Be Different

Russell Martin insists he is under no pressure to get Swansea City promoted this season – but next season will be different. The Swansea City head coach – whose team host Millwall tonight – is still looking for his first home victory of the Championship campaign. The Swans have so far won just one game out of their first six and are languishing in 20th place in the table, above the relegation zone only on goal difference. They have also only scored four times in those half a dozen matches.

Welsh Olympic And Paralympic Stars Congratulated At Senedd Homecoming Event

By Tom Prosser  Wales’ Olympic and Paralympic heroes were celebrated at a special homecoming at the Senedd on Monday evening. Three time gold medalist Aled Davies, Taekwondo silver medalist Lauren Williams and Joshua Bugajski who won bronze in the rowing were all in attendance. Hockey bronze medal duo Leah Wilkinson and Sarah Jones were also at the event. The couple are currently planning their wedding and were thrilled to both be in the same team in Tokyo.

England And Wales White Ball Captain Eoin Morgan Predicts The Hundred Has Changed Cricket Forever

Gareth Bale Reportedly Suffers A 'Long-Term' Injury On The Eve Of His 100th Wales Cap

By Tom Prosser Gareth Bale has reportedly suffered a long-term hamstring injury which would comes as a crushing blow to both Wales and Bale who was set to win his 100th cap against the Czech Republic next month. According to Marca, the severity of the damage which the Welshman suffered was confirmed after undergoing tests in recent days. Robert Page’s men will be hoping that his injury is not as serious as first thought as Bale will have a key role to play if Wales are to qualify for their first World Cup since 1958.

Dewi Griffiths Clocks Fastest Leg As Swansea Harriers Enjoy Double Welsh Road Relay Title Triumph

Swansea Harriers enjoyed a senior double at the Welsh Road Relay Championships on Saturday. After a year's break due to COVID-19, the event returned to a sunny but windy Pembrey Country Park near Llanelli.

From New York To Newcastle, Welsh Stars Shine On The Road

A number of Wales’ endurance athletes produced eye-catching performances on the road over the weekend.

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Wayne Pivac To Protect 22-Year Unbeaten Record

Wayne Pivac’s first game in charge of Wales this weekend has been more than a year in the making. The former Scarlets coach was announced as Warren Gatland’s successor on 9 July, 2018, and ever since then he has been juggling names in his head to see who he might... Read More

Get Used To It . . . Wales' Kiwi Imports Are The Way Of Rugby's Changing World

Wales have a long history of capping New Zealanders and Johnny McNicholl looks likely to become the latest. Willis Halaholo, when he’s fit again, could soon follow. Harri Morgan suggests this is just the way of a changing world, but wonders whether unease may provoke a re-think. Willis Halaholo has... Read More

Snookered . . . Wales Now Relies On Golden Oldies As New Boys Fail To Step Up To The Table

Snooker’s second biggest tournament, the Betway UK Championship, starts today (Tuesday) in York, where the Welsh challenge is likely to be carried by very familiar faces. Simon Kendal-Williams examines why the new Welsh baize brigade have failed to march up the rankings. It was 20 years ago this week that... Read More

Jack Roberts . . . Was A Tiger, Then A Blue, But Now A Knight Seeking Redemption

As Cardiff Blues host Leicester Tigers tonight in the European Challenge Cup, former Blues and Tigers centre Jack Roberts is hoping to put his injury nightmare behind him as he aims to make his return to action in the coming weeks. After two injury ravaged seasons at the Arms Park, 27-year-old... Read More

Warren Gatland Fixed A Lot In Welsh Rugby . . . Despite A Tool Box That's Not Fit For Purpose

Warren Gatland is back next week – for one night only – when he takes charge of the Barbarians against Wales. For Geraint Powell, Gatland’s final farewell should focus minds on what the New Zealander believes is still flawed within Welsh rugby. The Gats is gone. Long live the Gats!... Read More

History Beckons For Leah Wilkinson . . . So The Class Needs A New Teacher

The most capped Welsh international sports star of all time is about to devote all her energies and focus to her sport. Leah Wilkinson is taking the plunge with a huge prize on the horizon as Graham Thomas reports. Leah Wilkinson is preparing to become a full-time athlete in order... Read More
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